OPINION: Chinese Healthcare Industry Entering A ‘New Normal’?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Two years after the GSK scandal broke in China, a national campaign against corruption is marching on in the country, and a series of recent events suggests that Chinese authorities are determined to clean up the healthcare industry and bring in a 'new normal'. For multinational companies, the shakeup should come as welcome news, and it is time to devise strategies to prepare for a new phase of reform in the country.
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